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Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Cameron, Centre, Clearfield, and Elk counties declared natural disaster areas by USDA

http://www.growingproduce.com/fruits/disaster-areas-declared-for-east-coast-states-due-to-spring-freeze-drought/

USDA designated Cameron, Centre, Clearfield, and Elk counties in Pennsylvania as primary natural disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought as well.

9 comments :

Anonymous said...

So does this mean that these 'farmers' can get some kind of entitlements/relief money?

Johnny Dear said...

Yes, they PAY for crop INSURANCE so they won't face severe financial losses in the event of a natural disaster or other weather event. You know, the same way you pay auto insurance on your 2002 minivan and renters insurance while living in the mobile home you pay rent for each month. Or your Medicaid hospitalization insurance so when you slip and break your leg while saving your beer? Same setup. Except these, as you say "farmers", work hard and feed the less fortunate like yourself.

Anonymous said...

To 10-11-16, 11:53PM: There is a jerk born every day. Thanks for letting us know U R in that crowd.....

Anonymous said...

Do you need a hug Johnny Dear?

Anonymous said...

These farmers also get big subsides from PA taxpayers thru Penn State University So they gain income when they fail

Anonymous said...

Thank God they do 12:35, We need our farmers !!

Anonymous said...

There are no true farmers around here.

Anonymous said...

That's my point. People who are responsible enough to buy insurance should be covered by their insurance Co. But what about the others?
If I have insurance and my house burns down or I wreck my car or I get sick, I am covered by insurance because I was a responsible person. It doesn't require a Natural Disaster. What about all the other people who were too cheap or irresponsible to buy insurance?
Does a 'natural Disaster ' give them a free ride on the tax payers dollar?
A Natural Disaster has nothing to do with having insurance.

Anonymous said...

I don't know, I just paid the rent on my mobile home, and got an oil change on my 2002 minivan. Excusr me for living. This goes out to all the high and mighty's with mansions on the hill. #goodluckfarmers